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Deaf and Criminal Justice: Scholarly Articles

This guide points to resources about Deaf and CJ issues, legal interpreting, and careers in the field.
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Finding Scholarly Articles

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The library has many databases that have scholarly articles. However, there are a few Deaf and Interpreting core journals that publish the most articles related to Deaf and Criminal Justice issues.

Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association
(JADARA)
American Annals of the Deaf
Deafness & Education International, 
Deaf Worlds
Sign Language Studies
Volta Review
Deaf Studies Digital Journal

You can search within the journal to retrieve articles or use the databases below. Use the A-Z Journal List to find journal print and online holdings.

If you have a citation, try the Citation LInker to locate materials.

Tip: Check the bibliography or references at the end of articles to find more works.You must access the databases through the library website. If you go to Google and find an article you like and it asks you to pay for it, DO NOT pay for it. It is probably in our databases or you can get the article for free through our interlibrary loan services.

Criminal Justice Databases

Other Criminal Justice Databases
The databases listed above are the key subject-focused databases for this discipline, but there are other databases that might be useful to your research depending on your topic. Check out this link to view a more extensive list of databases with scholarly articles related to criminal justice.

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